Dead Lines ) focuses on two young FBI agents: William Griffin, the son of a legendary FBI lawman"/>
 

Quantico

Greg Bear, Author
Greg Bear, Author . Perseus/Vanguard $24.95 (326p) ISBN 978-1-59315-445-5
Reviewed on: 01/22/2007
Release date: 04/01/2007
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This thought-provoking near-future thriller from bestseller Bear (Dead Lines ) focuses on two young FBI agents: William Griffin, the son of a legendary FBI lawman, struggles through training; Fouad Al-Husam, who expects suspicion for his heritage and Muslim faith, finds himself instead sent on super-secret missions to the Middle East. Playing a minor supporting role is their Quantico classmate, Jane Rowland. When a quiet man with mismatched eyes starts telling certain fanatics that he can make gene-keyed anthrax to destroy their hereditary enemies, Griffin and Al-Husam form an unlikely team, headed by veteran agent Rebecca Rose, to handle the threat. Bear's near-future science is, as always, eerily plausible, and while he doesn't stint on sharp criticism of political infighting and its potential to hinder antiterrorism efforts, his would-be terrorists become surprisingly sympathetic as the complex details of their true plan are slowly (sometimes too slowly) revealed. (Mar.)

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